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energy security, and then president obama marks 20 years that the united states and the soviet union reduced nuclear weapons. and then deductions that could be part of the negotiations over the so-called fiscal cliff. >> this weekend on c-span3's "american history tv," follow harry truman's eldest son, as they prepared to mark the dropping of the atomic bomb on 1945. >> i know everyone has their own view. i don't want to argue survival. i think we're past that. i want to do what i can to see that this doesn't happen again. >> clifton truman daniel will join us to discuss the inspiration for his trip sunday at 9:00 p.m. eastern on c-span3. >> a report by the group securing america's future energy says the greatest threat to national and economic security is dependence on foreign oil. members of the group, business political and retired military leaders are suggesting a plan of maximizing oil and gas production, reducing consumption, and improving conservation as a way to boost revenue and reduce our debt. this is a little less than an hour and a half. >> good morning, everyone.
? >> absolutely. what i have been struck in the debate is the time, energy, and attention that has been spent on these tax policies, and the neglect of the broader challenges we face. this is the fantasy of bill and donald that the entire world is focused on capping deductions and what the ramifications are and this is how they spend their lives, so they are in their element, but lee side of the broader goals here. as maya saying, the first question i wanted to answer, does this all the problem? we have a medium-term problem which is the 10-year window, we're going to borrow $10 to it unless we change our policies. then we have what we feel is a primary threat to the future, the long-term problem. before we get to the detail of what the percentage should be, we need to make sure that whenever we negotiate solves those problems. it is essential that brevity -- that revenue be part of the equation. it is difficult to do the spending cuts alone. you need to touch the budget by 30% over the long term, and that will not be supported by the people of all long haul. we cannot just worry about the de
to you. [ applause ] >> stephanie: do not have the -- either the energy or the know-how to get into the big box. he clearly had a lot more to say to me. >> he didn't give you a reason why he wanted to get your -- >> stephanie: my nasty [ bleep ] off the air. >> he just ordered you to. >> stephanie: he said he hopes that i do. >> oh. >> stephanie: i hate to disappoint him. i have no plans unless he knows something i don't know. hmm, speaking of wow. speaking of nasty caroline says steph, i can't believe the 38 republican senators who voted against the united nations treaty to protect the rights of the disabled. this is like a christmas carol. there's poor bob dole off his deathbed in a wheelchair -- >> he's been ill yeah. >> stephanie: last week he was reported to be not doing well. >> slapping him on the back. no, we aren't going to vote for it. it is crazy. >> stephanie: a christmas carol. they're so mean. i hope they say hello to the dodo birds. >> they're pushing bob dole over a cliff in his wheelcha
there will be a deal so people will use more energy. not when these guys are saying yes no, yes now. >> if you want to look at this market, look at the world. reaching a 17 month high today. china of course with the multi-year low. globally around the country think okay, despite what happens in the u.s. liz: who made that? >> europe 600. liz: some of the biggest names in europe. it is an interesting point. >> i look at copper, silver, look at the euro bought 130, we saw weakness in the dollar and the equity market right or wrong proceeds weakness in the dollar. if you want to look at oil today and next week we have some real concerns, adp on manufacturing, a chance for that to come in on the cycle of the market will pull back it will come in the middle of next week off until december 12 and the poetry election, is the question of strength and weakness looking at the economic calendar as well. liz: we will talk about the japanese parliamentary election. thanks to all of you for joining us on the floor. talk about headlines missed. the market practically hugging every word that comes out of washingto
sanctions against iran. and they are aimed at choking off that country's energy and shipping sectors that are believed to keep its nuclear program afloat. yesterday the u.s. gave tehran a march deadline to begin cooperating with a u.n. nuclear investigation. the agency's been trying unsuccessfully for the past year to determine if iran is developing a nuclear weapon. >>> at the newseum in washington last night, hillary clinton offered a hint of optimism that diplomacy was still a possibility. >> we continue to believe that there is still a window of opportunity to reach some kind of resolution over iran's nuclear program. now, i'm not, you know, a wild-eye ed optimist about it, t i think it's imperative that we do everything we can unilaterally, bilaterally, multilaterally to test that proposition. >> the u.s. energy department figures show that iran's oil exports last month were down 1 million barrels a day. compared to the same time last year. >>> a scathing new report out in the uk is calling for tight restrictions on the british press in wake of last year's phone hacking scandal.
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highest level in nearly 15 years. this is according to a new report from the energy information administration. daily production, daily output, averaged almost 6.5 million barrels per day in september, the highest level of oil output in the u.s. since 1998. eia says the increase is mostly due to the extraction process known as fracking, new technology to get oil in every nook and cranny. some coined a phrase saudi america for america's projected energy boom over the next decade. a report from last month from the international energy watchdog says the u.s. could unseat saudi arabia as the world's top oil producer by the year 2020. >>> quick market check this morning, u.s. stock futures are up, fiscal cliff uncertainty could continue to weigh on stocks until it's resolved. we're getting a lot of economic news this week with the jobs report on friday. so i expect to see hurricane sandy was at play in there. >> figuring into that report. looking forward to that. >>> first it was republicans throwing the president's fiscal cliff plan right back at him. now it's the president's turn.
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together and getting a federal strategy on ardsing greenhouse gas emissions from our energy. >> bill: amen to that. if not now, when? and how much longer are we going to wait? we will get into that issue with tyson slocumb. tom hankins from iowa will be joining us in the next hour and dylan byers, media reporter for politico will be along as well. busy, busy morning here on the full court press. we love it that way. but first. >> this is -- >> dan? what do you got. >> other headlines making news on this friday. the man who got mitt romney's presidential campaign logo tatooed on his face is now having regrets. politico reports -- >> now he has regrets. getting a face tatoo? okay. >> eric heartsburg wants the tatoo removed because he says romney, who he enthusiastically supported is shameful and has no dignity. heartsburg says romney is a sore lose loser. >> who is he accusing someone of having no dignity. >> i think that's how every romney supporter feels. >> says he is a sore lose her and loses any shred of credibility for blaming someone for buying vote
coined a new phrase, saudi america for america's projected energy boom over the next decade. a report from last month says the u.s. is expected to unseat saudi arabia as the world's top oil producer by 2020. huge implications for foreign policy and how we do business. it's really been an interesting development in the oil patch. >> it will be really nice to talk about something other than the fiscal cliff. i will say that. >> jobs. that's right. >> 25 minutes past the hour. the republican party needs some new younger blood say some pundits. are these the new leaders of the gop, paul ryan, marco rubio, could they already be on the campaign trail? bny mellon wealth management has the vision and experience to look beyond the obvious. we'll uncover opportunities, find hidden risk, and make success a reality. bny mellon wealth management to provide a better benefits package... oahhh! [ male announcer ] it made a big splash with the employees. [ duck yelling ] [ male announcer ] find out more at... [ duck ] aflac! [ male announcer ] ...forbusiness.com. ♪ ha ha! progresso. in what world do
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of these will spin out of the clean energy industry. sustained government investment in industries of the future, i think, is important. >> i was going to say if china is becoming more expensive because people are asking for higher wages, didn't we see the same thing when japan was a low-wage country, hong kong, isn't there always going to be a country like bangladesh with lower wages that production will shift, too? >> possibly, except china is so much a category of its own. the scale is the biggest in the world. the infrastructure is unique. you want to move things to burma, you have new airports in burma, you have no ports, no supply base. and so there is a particular category that china has. they are working out their problems. part is moving to china. but, also, i think things will come back to the u.s., too. >> so, sam was talking about clean energy. >> yep. >> and we've certainly seen barnicle talk for some time how the united states needs to catch up with china. they're making a huge investment. but let's talk about dirty energy. >> yes. >> only because we have such a revolution coming in t
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? this is big news. what are you waiting for? one is for a clean, wedomestic energy future that puts us in control. our abundant natural gas is already saving us money, producing cleaner electricity, putting us to work here in america and supporting wind and solar. though all energy development comes with some risk, we're committed to safely and responsibly producing natural gas. it's not a dream. america's natural gas... putting us in control of our energy future, now. >>> for the first time in a week president obama and speaker boehner talked about the fiscal cliff. it was by phone. both sides agreed that they would not talk about the details. what we do know is that it has not led yet to any major breakthroughs. we want to get to congressman steve latourette, republican from the state of ohio. he is leaving congress, decided not to run for re-election, citing gridlock as a big reason why. we appreciate your time with us this morning. >> thank you. >> can we start with syria first before we get to the fiscal cliff? we know that there's this red line that hillary clinton has talked abo
are on the rise and another pulse of energy pointing its way right at northern california. it will be the fourth pulse of heavy wind, rain and snow coming into this area over a five-day period. look at some of the damage out of oakland. a number of homes damaged because of flooding and rains there. roads damaged as well this is widespread, across the bay area, southern parts of oregon, just the infrastructure can't handle this moisture and underwashing some of these roadways. rescues, high water rescues yesterday and over the weekend. you can just imagine when some of these small streams come up and over the roadways, if you're driving through them people get stuck. the crews are brought in to try to get the job done and folks to safety. across napa valley, incredible flooding there. the napa valley seeing some of its worst rainfall in years. look at these numbers. petrolia, california, over 17 inches. bridgeville, 15 inches. that's an incredible amount of rain. to see that much rainfall is truly remarkable. we are seeing more in the way of rainfall across seattle and portland it has stopped for
been fortunate enough to have time or energy or money to give back, you know, there is a lot of needs to be fulfilled. >> reporter: each volunteer donating time and effort to make sure those who are in need have food to eat. >> it warms my heart to see that some people really, really appreciate this. >> we invite you to join us tomorrow at the following giant food locations brentwood, montrose crossing, greenbury arrest, hyattsville. >> tomorrow, you will also be able to donate money to the capital area food bank over the phone and online. why not head out to one of the locations, maybe brentwood in the morning to see wisdom martin. >> come on out and i'll salsa dance. it's he a long story. >>> hour holly morris is down on the ellipse this morning. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. aten exciting day in the nation's capital today. the president will flip the switch and officially light the national christmas tree. this is a 90 year old tradition so it is done in a big way. coming up, we'll talk all about the star-studded line-up for this year's show and how you can come down thr
in the community and everywhere. and so for those of us who were fortunate enough to have time or energy or moneys to give back, you know, there is a lot that needs to be fulfilled. >> reporter: that need continues to grow. the food bank said they have seen a 100% increase in the req assistance. they say that increase is due to job loss, the economy, high cost of housing, and a number of other issues. the agency said volunteers are essential and helping them fill the needs. >> different members of our organization are used to give them back mentoring and we have to do something as a collective group to put the university of maryland out there and show we care about the community. >> reporter: the food bank distribute -- distributes 500,000 pops of food each week and they could not help the thousands in need if they didn't get the help they need from the volunteers. >> to be able to give something of our time to help people who are in need is what is critical. and you see it every day as you drive to work. you see people and you your going to work. you need to take the time to volunteer and give so
'm fat. i'm a terrible example because i've always had enormous amount of energy. i didn't take care of my body. the following sunday i said guys i need to repent. i said i have been your pastor -- i only gained two or three pounds a year but i've been your pastor 32 years so i need to lose like 90 pounds. i lost 50 i need to lose another 40. i said does anybody want to join me. 12,000 members signed up. so i went out and i got three different doctors, good friends of mine. one is jewish one muslim, one christian. i had them help me put together a program and we lost 260,000 pounds this last year and we'll do round two in 2013. >> what's the hardest thing to cut out of your diet. >> pasta. they don't call me pasta rick warren for nothing. >> thanks so much for being with us. >> thank you. >>> up next in case you haven't noticed the holiday shopping season is upon us and sadly it could cost you. >> it's okay. you don't have to get me anything return. >> of course you do. that's the custom. i have to go out to purchase a gift for you representing the same perceived le
is up. totally out of tune. let's check out the latest news in energy and metals with sharon epperson at the nimax. >> traders on the nimax floor say they don't want to stick their necks out right now not ahead of the weekend not knowing what will happen with the u.s. budget resolution. there's too much uncertainty here and that's a big reason why you are looking at basically flat prices across the board in the energy complex. we're looking at oil prices basically in a holding pattern here under the 88.50 level for wti crude and around 110 for brent crude price. when you look at what's happening in oil prices over the course of the week, we're where we are a week ago and cliff on and cliff off talks keep traders with little incentive to trade the flat price. in terms of gold market, we're looking at the february contract here as the most active contract for gold and there we have seen a lot of price action in the gold market this week. we've seen record volume here at the cme in terms of the gold trade. prices right in the middle of the range they've been trading in around the 1725 ma
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or their ethnic background or their gender to use their energy, talent and common sense as free people in a nation that must remain the strongest in the world which is simply cannot be if it's drowning in debt. i'm here to fight for what's best for my constituents, every one of them, today and every day in every single way i can. i am here to serve them and not any party or idea -- ideology. my constituents' future extends far beyond any election. they deserve that future to be as secure and prosperous as it can be. and it surely can be if we in congress and the white house can have the courage to move forward together in a spirit of true cooperation. i stand ready to do that, and i stand with the people of the hudson valley. thank you, mr. speaker, and i yield back. . the speaker pro tempore: the chair recognizes the gentleman from illinois, mr. gutierrez, for five minutes. mr. gutierrez: mr. speaker, let me tell you how you know you have turpped the corner in the immigration debate. when sean hanity and senator rand paul and a group of others in the republican party began saying it's time to ret
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an energy ceo. the district covers all of southeast missouri. 62, at the first woman office in mike in washington,an independent caller, what are your thoughts on this? caller: you know, i have my doubts about a lot of things these days. one thing i wanted to mention is every time we have a situation where there was going to be a government shutdown, they put the fear in everybody and then at the last minute they come up with something, and now they are talking about the fiscal cliff. i guarantee you miraculously at the end of the month they are going to come up with something. they are going to finally get their act together and decide on what is they have to get done. this happens all the time, year after year. i feel that when they are talking about entitlements -- i am a veteran. when they start talking about that, it makes you feel like you are a charity case if you are getting benefits. there are many people out there i know who could have volunteered to go to iraq but they did not do that. i did. other people with disabilities and people who have paid into social security, i
to president barack obama, major philip may, regional administrator for region four of the federal energy management agency, mr. george "tony" robinson region six federal emergency management agency, ellen darcy, assistant secretary of the army for the corps of engineers. mr. william craig fugate, administrator for the federal emergency management agency, mr. andrew velazquez, regional administrator, reasonon five for the federal emergency management agency, ms. beth freeman, regional administrator region seven for the federal emergency management agency, in which we point out this impending problem. . now i'm not the only one talking about this. every member of congress along that corridor are receiving phone calls, letters, emails, we have all sorts of groups out there very much worried about this problem needing to be solved. and it can be solved. but it appears that the corps of engineers has an annual operating plan. and this annual operating plan determines how much water they are table release from the missouri river into the mississippi river in the wintertime. and i understand th
. i look at my own state of north dakota. we're doing amazing things with energy. as a matter of fact, we're hot on the trail of the state of texas when it comes to oil development. we're after you. i'm telling you. but do you know what it's going to take? it's going to take continued development of the technologies that not only help us produce more energy but help us do it with good environmental stewardship. and what we are talking about is making sure that when we have the engineers and the scientists and the technicians and the mathematicians that graduate from our great universities with doctorate and master's degrees, they can stay here and help us do it here rather than have it done somewhere else in some other country that then gets ahead of the united states. and i still go back to this will help us solve the fundamental challenges we face today, which is getting this economy growing so we get people back to work and creating the reason to help us with our deficit and our debt. with that, i yield back to the esteemed senator from texas. mr. cornyn: could i ask how much time
to become a leader in global energy production, largely on the strength of the domestic natural gas production. many other countries with large sources of shale are well behind the u.s. in developing their supply because of regulations and a lack of infrastructure. the result could be that the united states and canada will remain leaders in natural gas development for the better part of the next decade. >>> "the washington post," terrorists plotted to unleash a wave of attacks in aumann, jordan. during the ensuing chaos raid the u.s. embassy. this from jourdardanian authori who foiled the plot arresting 11 people. the group planned to carry out attacks with help from al qaeda in iraq and weapons obtained from the civil war in syria. the plan shows al qaeda in iraq is on the rise and becoming a regional influence. >>> and from our parade of papers, in "the boston globe," starting next fall, ten school districts in five states across the country including boston will take part in an initiative to expand the school day, adding as much as 300 hours to the calendar. it's part of a three-
he lacked energy in this hate letter. matt writes you are a communist [ censor bleep ] -- that would be the c word >> oh. >> stephanie: and pigbitch. all one word. >> that's new. >> stephanie: yeah. i apologize, he did capitalize liar. >> in the middle of the sentence? >> stephanie: right. >> you are not supposed to capitalize a word like that -- >> stephanie: and why not capitalize communist [ censor bleep ]. >> in german, they do capitalize all of the nouns. guess who capitalized all of his nouns, hitler. >> stephanie: all right. let's refer, communist [ censor bleep ] and bigbitch. you are a liar as is that rat sitting next to you. i don't know which one -- >> stephanie: jim sits next to you. i sit across from you. >> what lies did we aledgedly tell? >> stephanie: i don't know rat. you better get your un-american pig ass to china. >> pigbitch. >> stephanie: right. [ applause ] >> stephanie: so that's, you know, an ordinary day for me. how many all y'alls open your indexes and get stuff like that. >> not every day. >> stephanie: have you ever been ca
his mother will be mourned by countless australians whose lives she has touched. her energy and personal commitment made our country a more hopeful place and she'll be missed by many. bill: what a life. martha: 77 direct descendants is remarkable. bill: remember the good times, they are all good times. 16 minutes past the hour. an 8-day strike that brought two of the nation's busiest ports to a grinding halt is over. a tentative deal brokered by l.a.'s mayor means the clerks are set to return to work today. >> we took on these challenges and tonight we are able to reach an agreement. my 10,000 long shore workers in the ports of l.a.-long beach will start moving cargo on these ships. bill: this strike had a huge impact on the national economy. these two ports have a 44% of the nation's sea cargo. it includes cars out of japan and china. john fund, coauthor of the book "who's counting." you want a raise? you want a clerical worker? the money is pretty good. $87,000 a year. $105,000 with a compensation package. one of the top u.s. blue collar jobs. >> the outrageous thing about
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. there are services and energy being put towards, "where did this come from? what happened?" but what about what are we doing to take care of our individuals and families now? my sister runs and non-profit who tries to help families, but these services are few and far between. if you are not connected, you do not know about them, and you get concern for your family member. you wonder about their future and when you are not here, what will happen. thank you so much for having this. >> before we let you go, what is your sister's name? if people want to get in touch with her. caller: yetta myrich. guest: thank you, matthew, and think your sister for the work you are both doing. you are absolutely right. we need more attention on services. we need more attention on autistic adults. this is part of why we have to be included in this conversation about us. when we are not at the table, really bad things happen. i mentioned the criticism of some of the dominant organizations out there. autism speaks, which is the largest and most well funded organization in the world -- only four since on every dollar
. >> there's no atmosphere. there's no real energy source at the poles. and water is pretty common in the universe. so it doesn't necessarily mean -- because comets have water. comets are made of water. we don't expect to find life there either. the conditions just aren't right. >> bill: what's the latest from mars? >> latest from mars is we've been sitting at this place called loch ness and we've been using our scientific instruments to analyze the soil. we've been figuring out what is the oil is like and we're comparing that to other missions. what we found is really cool. we found the material on mars seems to be almost does not over the entire planet. the soil seems to exist the same in every place. this thing called praquori so you could make the case that the entire martian surface is explosive. >> bill: didn't i read there was a finding about some organic material? >> there is. we haven't -- definitively identified the material yet. we didn't expect it in the soil because of the conditions on the surface
. you don't have the same energy and don't do the demonstration . you are trying to get the message to the people who are out there. it takes a real man who knows when to get the operation. coach ass you know in america, coach team usa and two titans in the respected conferences and world, i think you are uniquely qualified to give america a pep talk. are you ready. coaching skills for the hard life. your teams have low confidence. america right now consumer confidence is what do you say to the american people. >> believe in one another. you know, like we are the best country, start talking like we are the best country and quit all of the negative stuff . you start talking positively you start going in a positive direction. >> brian: you nailed it you do it on a regular basis with duke as outstantedingly freshman come in . now in america. america is the country . how do you stay on top as a american and motivate knowing that everyone want to take you down? >> it is a great place to be in. you want a target on your back and that means you are good. if you are worrying about somebody
of it is sub-saharan after can where we derive a great deal of our energy imports. places like nigeria and other places are very sensitive. just to the north this is libya which is still very, very unsettled. algeria which is yet to face the arab spring and reform. and north africa and egypt. this is a very critical region on the boarders of several areas that are very sensitive right now. jenna: what are the islamists doing in that area right now? >> well they're imposing their harsh brand of rule. they have destroyed a number of world heritage sites. islamic monuments ironically enough. they're imposing brutal punishments upon the people. more importantly from the security side they're digging themselves in and threatening neighboring states, some of which are already very fragile. jenna: what kind of threat does this specific group pose us here at home? >> well it poses the threat, al qaeda in the islamic maghreb, the al qaeda affiliate sort of spearheading all this has been linked to the attacks by some on the consulate in benghazi. it was involved in attacks and planned attacks in
with in the debate, particularly other the last seven days is the time, energy, and attention that has been spent on the tax policies and the neglect of some of the broader challenges we face. this is probably the fantasy of bill and donald that the entire country is focused on the deductions, so they're really in their element but we lose sight of the broader goals here. as maya was say, the first question i would want to answer is, does this package solve the problem? we have a short-term problem with the fiscal cliff a medium term problem, the 10-of year window, we're going to borrow $10 trillion. then what we feel is the primary threat to the future, the long-term problem. before we get into what the exact percentage should be. the second question is revenue and spening. it's essential that revenue be part of the equation not only for political reasons but numerically, it's tough to do with spending cuts along. you have to cut the budget 30% over the long-term and i don't think that will be supported by the american people over the long haul. but we can't just worry about the details of reven
done from immigration to energy, to education, and you've got to get through this one. not to mention what we're about to get to on foreign policy issues which will serve as a backdrop for the remainder of the term. you've got to get this done to get over that hump. you've got to think the president's focused on it which is why i remain optimistic that it may get done december 20th. >> on the sunday talk shows that you're talking about, let's just strip it down. a man in negotiations does not say to another man, you're going to cave. do you say that to another man in negotiations? and you think you're going to get him to cave? >> no, sloulgabsolutely not. >> oh, please, this is all about men. come on. first of all, a woman would never think saying that because they would lactually be much moe reasonable, and something would actually get done. but if you're going to negotiate as men, you're going to have to find a way to strategically make the other side feel whole while not destroying your own ego at the same time. i didn't understand when i watched the treasury secretary saying oh, y
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